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Fed: May economic activity shows signs of slowdown

Mixed bag on housing, positive news on unemployment
Trey Garrison
Early reports for the second quarter paint a mixed picture. According to the Chicago Federal Reserve, there was net improvement in May's run of economic data but not much, at least based on the national activity index. A bad sign for housing and mortgage activity in the second quarter?
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GDP contracts 0.7% reinforcing weak start to 1Q

Economists remain optimistic
Brena Swanson
Friday's second estimate revealed further truth behind how tough the start of the year was, with the economy contracting 0.7% in the first quarter of 2015. Could this be the start of a recession?
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Housing in places like New York, San Francisco fail more than just the locals

Local policies curtail worker freedoms
Jacob Gaffney
From the mid-'60s into the new millennium, these three cities in particular experienced phenomenal growth, but only contributed a small fraction to the growth of the nation. It’s this finding last month that underpins the need for a cohesive federal housing policy that can supersede some of the directions taken by local municipalities.
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U.S. economic growth just about grinds to halt

Exports drop off hobbles 1Q GDP
Trey Garrison
Economic growth in the United States is grinding to a near halt, with the first-quarter GDP estimate coming in at just 0.2%. What boosted it? Spending on heating oil and mandatory healthcare spending. It’s not looking good.
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Fannie Mae economist: Economic momentum will boost housing markets

Still expect to see 2.8% boost in economic activity in 2015
Trey Garrison
Economic activity was suppressed in the first quarter due largely to the West Coast port disruptions and difficult weather patterns across the Northeast, but the economy is expected to gain momentum for the rest of the year. Here's why Fannie Mae thinks so, anyway.
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Final 4Q GDP estimate comes in below expectations

This last revision unchanged
Trey Garrison
Fourth quarter gross domestic product growth was unrevised overall, and disappointing. Here’s why it all fell short. Warning sign for 1Q15?
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Warning: Early GDP indicator flashing red

Atlanta Fed GDPNow forecast dropping ominously
Trey Garrison
If you’re looking for reassurances that everything will be okay, this isn’t the story. If you want the scoop on what the Atlanta Fed thinks and why it’s bad, keep reading.
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Initial 4Q GDP estimate comes in well below analyst expectations

Almost 50% drop from third quarter’s Obamacare-driven reading
Trey Garrison
Following the third quarter’s upward revised gross domestic product printing at 5%, the GDP for the fourth quarter took a nose-dive. Here's what happened.
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Housing contribution to GDP below historical watermark

Residential investment, housing services both down in 3Q2014
Trey Garrison
Housing may be on the mend but it's taking its time about it, and it's still not pulling its GDP weight. Here are the details.
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Surge in healthcare spending drives up 3Q GDP to 5%

Unbelievable rise compares to 3Q2003
Trey Garrison
The government reports that the third quarter GDP was an unbelievable 5%, and it was driven largely by a surge in spending on healthcare.
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